Lightburn is a software application that is used to design, edit, and control laser cutters. It offers a user-friendly interface and a range of tools and features that make it easier to create and execute laser-cutting projects. Some of the key features of Lightburn include support for multiple file formats, real-time laser preview, grayscale and vector cutting, camera integration, and more.

With Lightburn you can:

  1. Import artwork in a variety of common vector graphic and image formats(including Al.PDF, SVG, DXF, PLT, PNG, JPG, GIF, and BMP)
  2. Arrange, edit, and even create new vector shapes within the editor, with powerful features like offsetting, boolean operations welding, and node editing
  3. Apply settings like power, speed, number of passes, cut order, brightness contrast, dithering mode, and much more
  4. Send the result directly to your laser cutter Lightburn is a native application written for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.

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Designed to Work With Laser

LightBurn talks directly to your laser, without the use of additional software

What controllers work with lightburn

What controllers work with lightburn?

  • Support most Ruida. Trocen, and Gcode-based controllers.
  • Supported Gcode controllers include Grbl Smoothieware, Grbl-lpc, and Marlin.
  • Supported Ruida controllers include the RDC6442G/S, RDC6445G, RDC6332G RDLC-320A, and R5-DSP.
  • Supported Trocen controllers include the AWC708C, AWC608, and TL-3120.


Windows 64bit version

Windows 32bit version

Mac OS version

Linux 64bit version